Stinking is normal to children that grew up in a cesspool.

The conservatives and Christian right might even win a battle or two these days against the Secular Humanism and Marxism coming from the godless left but unless Christian parents take charge over the education of their children they cannot win this war against their minds. The next generation will reflect a worldview that is clearly anti-Christian.

Read this article and tell me how Americans can send their kids to our public schools and then still expect them to come out of that anti-Christians indoctrination cesspool system with Christian views on anything? Do you understand why the church pews in America are generally full of white haired people? Do you know why youth groups in many churches are led by young postmoderns that are redefining Christianity to their own fancy? Read the article and look at our schools and you should get the smell.

Parents have allowed and through their support even abetted the Secular Humanistic and Marxist stink now taught in our public school system. I still am not hearing most pastors or Christian leaders calling for Christians under their influence to take their kids out of this stinking public school system or even to change it!

Why do Christian parents even think that their kids will one day walk down the isle of their church and declare that Jesus is Lord of their lives if they were brainwashed to believe that they are just products of time and chance so their life has no meaning or purpose?

In reality many Christian parents are supporting those who indoctrinate their children against Christianity. Why then would parents expect children that they let grow up in a stinking cesspool of satanic thought to one day have the fragrance of Christ?

The insanity of the right

Fact after fact shows that when children are subject to 12 years of liberal ideologies for about 14,000 hours of their lives, the overwhelming majority of them will grow up to think, act and vote like … you guessed it, liberals. We ignore all of that even when studies shows that “83 percent of children from committed Christian families attending public schools adopt a Marxist-Socialist worldview.” Question: How long can the conservatives hold out when the liberals are having somewhere between a 70-90 percent success rate at proselytizing our children to their leftist worldview? Those are the facts, people.

So next time the right wants to accuse the liberals of having a mental disorder or some sort of madness, consider that this mental illness must be contagious and that we conservatives just may have given it to them. After all, it is the right who still send their children and youth every year to the left’s schools for an “education.”

Let’s quit complaining about how bad things are in America and do something about it. Let’s pull our kids out. If we don’t, then are we not the truly insane ones? You know: “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”

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 Don Koenig is the founder of ThePropheticYears website. He has been publishing articles on the Internet on Bible prophecy, biblical discernment and Christian worldviews since 1999. You can find well over a thousand articles and thousands of comments written by Don from the homepage of this website.


7 thoughts on “Stinking is normal to children that grew up in a cesspool.

  1. Most youth pastors and parents do not teach their teens the Christian worldview and why the Christian worldview is the only correct one. Teens do not know why they believe what they believe and then Satan just leads them astray. Teens should be learning how to discern and defend the faith not be taught those same Bible stories on the level that they teach little kids.

    Here is a good sermon by John MacArthur that talks about why people reject in what we believe even though we show them the evidence.

  2. I think the greater problem is the church, and more concretely, the godly parents of “christian” children who go to public school do nothing to grow their own children spiritually. Attending church on Sunday morning, maybe at night, and possibly on a mid-week service is not growing people. What our meeting together does is strengthen one another, encourage one another, and build upon our own personal study of God’s Word or open up new light on topics to study. Most Christians just show for church and think that is making them more Christian and very few work out their salvation in fear and trembling with their own time of prayer, study, fasting, and reading of God’s Word. The stats are fact, but what is missing is that many Christians are not “Christian” at all. They are worldly and carnal and they reproduce compromise and spiritual confusion in their children because it is what is at the heart of their own lives. Christians will (and not necessarily you Don) rant and rave about the indoctrination process of the public school system but then dismiss their own lack in their walk: They don’t tithe because they found some loafer on the Web who gave a paltry expose for how God’s Word doesn’t teach tithing in the N.T. which is a farce and Paul speaks of those who preach the Word making a living from the Word (essentially that would come from a tithe) or they don’t tithe because they are materialistic and fail to obey His Word. They go watch rated “R” movies, thinking that what they watch is of no consequence even though Jesus taught that the lamp of the body is the eyes and so if what you look at is dark then the whole body will be dark, and vice-versa with the light. The same goes for our ears, listening to all that cursing, using God’s name in vain and thinking its not affecting our walks – how deceived many are by Satan himself! Divorce rates are just as bad if not worse in the church than they are in the world. If the church can’t get a hold on the fact that God hates divorce (Oh, that’s in Malachi in the O.T. so maybe that isn’t for today like tithing) and model purity and devotion in marriage, then how will the world ever grasp that truth!!! Many “Christians” live very unchristian lives, and it’s not necessarily all the public schools fault. Daniel is one that comes to mind as an individual who lived in a very heathen society but continued in Godliness. Why? Because he was a man of God’s word and devoted to prayer. If Christians made it their business to read God’s Word for an hour a day and then just started back at the beginning whenever they reached the end, God’s Word would instill in them the sense of what it is to be Godly, live a life pleasing to Him, what true salvation entails, and the life-change that should be wrought in our lives because of our acceptance of the Gospel. But, many would rather come, hear a nice message, leave unchanged, and live their secular ungodly lives outside the church while seeming Godly when they are in the walls of the church. It is a deplorable state for those who call themselves “God’s Children” but act more like the sons and daughters of the devil himself.

    Good article, but I think we need to observe this fact in light of this. Christians don’t have a Biblical worldview because they don’t take the time to even read God’s Word, and then they cannot teach what they do not know or live by example what they have not taken the time to understand.

  3. Doug, that is certainly part of the problem but like you even said most “Christians” are not Christians at all. So what should we expect from pseudo Christians?

    I disagree with your view on tithing and I am one of those “loafers” on the Web that you speak about. Below is my article. However, I will tell all beforehand that we are not going down the tithing rabbit trail here.

    Even though most of what you said is true it does nothing about the school problem for children of true Christians and that is the issue that true Christians need to deal with.

  4. Okay, I won’t either, but allow a response?

    Jesus, in Matt. 23:23 rebuked the Pharisees for giving a tenth of all their spices and yet neglecting more important matters of the law – justice, mercy, and faithfulness. He then tells them “These you ought to have done, without leaving the others undone.” Here, Jesus is not dismissing the tithe but the incredible importance they placed on it alone, forgetting about the spiritual meaning of the Law. True, the N.T. doesn’t state anything matter of fact in supporting tithing, but it doesn’t dismiss it either. If anything, following the N.T. church practices, they were selling fields and giving all to the church for the benefit of other believers and God’s work in the book of Acts. If anything, it seems to me, as cheerful givers (I enjoyed that part of your article) they were doing even more than 10%, obviously if they were giving everything at times. No one could ever make a convincing argument that the Apostles, Jews as they were, stopped tithing. We even see them still going up to the temple to pray as illustrated in Acts. Although I understand your point that some use it oppressively, and they may, that neither invalidates this practice. Stating even that some have hardly much to live on and its wrong to ask them to give 10% and then live off government subsidy does not line up with what God’s Word says at all. Psalm 37:25 says that the righteous are never forsaken and the writer has never seen the descendants of God begging for bread. If He didn’t forsake His people then when they tithed because even before the Law Abraham tithed, then why would He now?

    Okay – Nothing more as you asked.

  5. I am not suggesting that anyone should give any less then they think God is telling them to give. The rule is as you give it will be given back to you pressed down shaken and overflowing but everything in the New Testament is done by free will and not done by compulsion to fulfill the requirements of the law.

    This is the whole requirement the Jewish believers laid on the Gentiles.

    Act 15:27 We have sent therefore Judas and Silas, who shall also tell you the same things by mouth.
    28 For it seemed good to the Holy Ghost, and to us, to lay upon you no greater burden than these necessary things;
    29 That ye abstain from meats offered to idols, and from blood, and from things strangled, and from fornication: from which if ye keep yourselves, ye shall do well. Fare ye well.

    Acts 21:25 As touching the Gentiles which believe, we have written and concluded that they observe no such thing, save only that they keep themselves from things offered to idols, and from blood, and from strangled, and from fornication

    nuff said

  6. Don, I can’t agree with this article more. I often wonder what is at the heart of people who are true believers who seem to be ok with sending their children to spend 8 hours a day in the cesspool. What’s more many seem to expect them not to come home stinking.

    Of the few I have asked, I have had some say we are called to “be in the world not of the world” and others who feel their lifestyle and teaching is enough to combat the indoctrination of public schools. I think that some may feel that raising their children is their job, and educating is for the schools. I really believe many are ignorant of exactly what that “education” is. But I also believe there are many who are unwilling to give up their lifestyle in order to provide an education that meet their values, so at the heart of it, I believe Doug is right, if they are unwilling to place that value ahead of comfort and security, their values are not consistant with their professed faith.

    Personally, I have found that in addition to prayer and bible reading steady, consistant fellowship is necessary, and called for many times in God’s Word. Most people these days do not have time to even fellowship with their families let alone fellow believers. Perhaps this is why many are so easily led astray. And if they are unable or unwilling to prioritize it in their own lives, why would they in their children’s?

  7. Those who think their Children should be indoctrinated by the world so they can be in the world might remind me of the people that justified offering their children to Molech.

    You are correct, their is little community among believers in the Church in America and Europe. A one or two hour event once a week hardly qualifies for Christian fellowship. Here is where we could learn something from the third world and the Church under persecution. To them the Church is a community of believing brothers and sisters and they get together like it is.

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